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HEADLINES

A New Framework for Cross-Border Data Flows
 
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Cross-border data flows are under threat from countries looking to impose requirements to store data locally. CFR Senior Fellow for Digital Policy Karen Kornbluh examines the implications of data localization and outlines what policies the United States should pursue. Read more »

 
Patrolling China's Cyberspace
 
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It is no secret that China wants to leave its mark on cyberspace. The Great Firewall filters unwanted content, regulators want to prohibit tech that the state cannot “secure and control,” and Beijing promotes a vision of internet governance centered on “cyber sovereignty.” CFR Fellow and Director of the Digital and Cyberspace Policy program Adam Segal provides insight into China’s motivations and ambitions in this Sinica podcast. Read more »

 

Encryption

Need to get smart on encryption quickly? CFR’s Digital and Cyberspace Policy program has you covered with this handy infographic.

 

THE BEST OF NET POLITICS

The Implications of Brexit on UK Cyber Policy
 

There is no shortage of analysis on the “Brexit” vote’s implications on the United Kingdom’s trade, immigration, and foreign policy. But how will leaving the European Union affect Britain’s cyber policy? CFR Adjunct Senior Fellow for Cybersecurity David Fidler investigates.  Read more »

 
The White House Exaggerates the Benefits of the TPP to the Open Internet
 

The Obama administration argues that the Trans-Pacific Partnership will promote a free and open internet through binding language that limits data localization and bans taxes on information flows. Guest contributors Susan Aaronson and Valeriya Denisova examine the White House’s claims.  Read more »

 
California’s Gangs Go Digital and Global
 

Social media is revolutionizing the way everyone communicates, including criminals. Guest contributors Robert Muggah and Julian Way explain how drug cartels in California and elsewhere use the internet to recruit, intimidate, and coordinate—and what should be done about it.  Read more »

 

LONG-FORM STORIES FROM AROUND THE WEB

 

Obama’s Cyberdoctrine” by Rob Knake, Foreign Affairs

One Internet,” by Carl Bildt et al, Global Commission on Internet Governance

Why Google’s Monopoly Abuse Case in Europe Will Run and Run,” by Kelly Fiveash, Ars Technica

 

ABOUT THE DIGITAL & CYBERSPACE POLICY PROGRAM

The Digital and Cyberspace Policy program addresses one of the twenty-first century’s most pressing challenges: keeping the global Internet open and secure in the face of unprecedented threats. Through briefings, reports, and the Net Politics blog, the program’s fellows produce timely analysis on the most important issues in cyberspace. Cyber Briefs are short memos that offer concrete recommendations on cybersecurity, internet governance, online privacy, and the trade of digital goods and services.

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